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Photo of a woman reading the Franklin Templeton Annual Returns of Key Asset Classes for Canadian investors.

Retired Money

Reading the “Annual Returns of Key Asset Classes”—what it means for Canadian investors

Our Retired Money columnist talks of the importance and lessons investors can glean from Franklin Templeton’s charts of Annual Returns of...

Reading the “Annual Returns of Key Asset Classes”—what it means for Canadian investors
A bird flying in the sunset to symbolize the 60/40 balance portfolio as a pheonix rising again.

Retired Money

The 60/40 portfolio: A phoenix or a dud for retirees?

Retired or near retirement and rethinking the classic balanced asset allocation? Here’s the debate—that’s not really a debate—on the...

The 60/40 portfolio: A phoenix or a dud for retirees?
older man resting head against window

Retired Money

How might inflation impact your retirement plans?

How might inflation impact your retirement plans?
Three seniors are sitting at a table posing for a selfie photo as they play poker together. it's a symbolic photo representing how tontines work.

Retired Money

Tontines in Canada: Moving from theory to practice as a solution to our retirement crisis

You may be hearing about new products that sound like tontines, even if they’re not called tontines. Here’s why....

Tontines in Canada: Moving from theory to practice as a solution to our retirement crisis
A man in the age of retirement wears a tie to symbolize that he's still working, he has an inquisitive look on his face, wondering if he should keep working and delay CPP and OAS.

Retired Money

Delaying CPP and OAS to age 70: Is it worth the wait?

The longer you wait to use CPP and OAS, the more you could earn monthly. But with the recent...

Delaying CPP and OAS to age 70: Is it worth the wait?
A couple is enjoying early retirement due to COVID, as they sit in the warmth of the sun at their cottage. They are cozy in camping chairs, facing a calm pond.

Retired Money

Does it make sense to retire when we’re still in a pandemic?

The COVID-19 pandemic has been life-changing for those over 60, and not just because of the risk of illness....

Does it make sense to retire when we’re still in a pandemic?
An ostrich hides its head, symbolizing how one might respond to the bear market and managing their portfolio

Investing

Making sense of the markets this week: July 3

The worst first-half results for both stocks and bonds in decades makes the case for not obsessing over your...

Making sense of the markets this week: July 3
A man in his late 50s is having some fun with his grandson, showing a snapshot of what retirement may be like and how annuities will matter.

Retired Money

Rising rates are good news for near-retirees seeking longevity insurance

Annuities are getting more attractive, so is it time to inch in as rates rise further?

Rising rates are good news for near-retirees seeking longevity insurance
A woman is stretched out on her bed, reading a book. She has her leg kicked up in the air because she's reading about Canadian ETFs.

Retired Money

The Canadian investing book about ETFs that will have you saying eh-T-Fs 

When researching what to do with the ETFs in your portfolio, here’s some recommended reading—after you read this article,...

The Canadian investing book about ETFs that will have you saying eh-T-Fs